Jefferson County Rehabilitation has been treating patients in Jefferson County since 1986, being the first physical therapy clinic to open in Jefferson County. In 2001 we moved from our Crystal City location (across the street from K-Mart) to our current Festus location across the street from the YMCA.
We are experts at filing your claim for you and obtaining maximum your benefit. We will do our best to help you through the process.
-Jefferson County Rehab is an accredited provider for most insurance companies, as well as many HMOs and PPOs.
-As a courtesy, we will file the claim with the patient’s insurance carrier if all necessary information is provided.
-We accept Medicare assignments.
-Under Missouri statues patients must obtain a referral from their physician before treatment can begin. However, we can evaluate your potential for physical therapy referral. Please give us a call.
-We are a major provider of Workmen’s Compensation services and are state certified.
- Jefferson County Rehabilitation & Sports Clinic is a provider for the following health care insurance companies:
- Aetna Medicare
- Aetna (PPO and HMO)
- Aetna Missouri Care (Medicaid)
- Affordable (First Health)
- AlignNetworks (Worker’s Compensation)
- Anthem and all BC/BS plans
- Choice Care (Humana)
- Cigna and Medicare Cigna
- Great West
- HealthCare USA (Coventry Medicaid)
- Home State Health Plan (Medicaid)
- Missouri Health Net (Under 21 years old, blind pension, pregnant or skilled nursing only)
- Medicare Railroad
- Medicare Advantage
- Med Risk (Worker’s Compensation)
- Multi Plan
- Network Synergy Group (Worker’s Compensation)
- One Health
- PHCS (Private HealthCare)
- Prime Health
- Secure Horizons through United Health Care (Medicare Complete)
- SPNet Clinical Solutions (Worker’s Compensation)
- Tricare Prime and Standard (Military)
- Therapy Direct
- United Health Care
If your insurance plan is not listed, or you would like to know more about your coverage/benefits, please call (636)931-7600 or email email@example.com for inquiries.
Insernhagan Work Systems (IWS)
Jefferson County Rehab uses the IWS to perform Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE). This approach is unique because this system emphasizes on what tasks you can perform at your current level of function. Once determining your current level of function your therapist can establish your maximal functional capacity and compare this to the demands of your job. Thus we stress on what a worker can do and NOT what they cannot do. Each evaluation is begun by openly communicating and describing each functional capacity tests so the worker understands why and what is being assessed. The functional capacity evaluation is performed to see if the worker matches their current job requirements.
Complete Back Pain Treatment
-We treat the entire patient when they are referred for cervical, thoracic and low back pain, this means we don’t just look at the area of pain but also adjacent regions for potential problems that are often related. For example many patients with chronic neck pain also have weakness in one or both shoulders. Another example is in patients with recurrent low back pain often they also have weakness in one or the other hips.
-Pain in or around the “dimple” region in your lower back, commonly called sacroiliac joint pain, is one of our specialities as is chronic hip pain.
-We not only alleviate the pain but teach you how to prevent pain in the future.-With over 30 research papers published in the area of musculoskeletal, we are experts at treating this kind of pain.
-Our exercise and educational programs alleviate pain and, most importantly, prevent recurrent pain.
-Pain is reduced and functions is restored with a well-planned rehabilitation program directed at eliminating specific muscle imbalances and joint dysfunction.
-Therapists discuss how to avoid daily activities that can create muscle imbalance and joint dysfunction to prevent re-occurrence. For example many patients with recurrent low back pain either sit on their leg or cross their leg often develop hip and or low back pain from habitually sitting in this position. We stress the identification of hip range of motion imbalances and muscle imbalances that can lead to chronic and recurrent low back pain.
Our staff Physical Therapist, Michael Cibulka, PT, DPT, MHS, OCS, FAPTA realizes the important of using the most up to date research available to help treat your problem. He is the author of over 30 articles published in such professional journals as Spine, Physical Therapy, Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, Clinical Biomechanics, and Manual Therapy. Performing research as well as keeping up to date with clinical research provides you with the most up-to-date evaluation and treatments available.